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Capitalizing on Drone Usage for Safe, Cost-Effective Inspections and Assessments

Unmanned Aircraft Systems, or drones, as they are more commonly known, are becoming an increasingly popular and valuable tool within the engineering industry.

Transportation Engineer Jianhong Wang, PE Helps Mold the Next Generation of Engineers

Jianhong Wang shares her journey in the Transportation Engineering field and how STEM programs are mentoring the next generation of engineers.

Technical Specialist Spotlight: Fred Mueller, PE

Get to know the expertise of our team through our Technical Specialist Spotlight.

COVID-19: Implications for the Water and Wastewater Industry

As the details on the COVID-19 pandemic are still emerging, those in the water and wastewater industry have many questions.

Engineers Week: How Engineers Make An Impact On Their Greater Community

For Engineers Week, we are speaking to members of our technical staff to learn how engineering has a profound impact on communities. Take a look at the insights from our experts! 

Engineers Week: Brian Brenner, PE Discusses the Impact Engineering Has On Communities and Education

For Engineer’s Week, we are profiling members of our technical staff to learn about their impact on the community and the importance of STEM education.

Engineers Lay Out Plan to Repair Crumbling Old Murdock Senior Center in Winchendon

In August 2019, the town noticed damage in the masonry and took precautions. Engineering consultant Tighe & Bond conducted an evaluation and found that the clock tower and chimneys were in poor condition.

Celebrating Women in STEM: Kayla Larson-Dubois, PE Shares Her Career Path

February 11, 2020, is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science so we are celebrating #WomenInSTEM. Project Engineer Kayla Larson-Dubois shared her story about choosing a career in STEM and how other women working in the engineering industry have influenced her.

Miniature Bridges at Miniature Golf Courses

Bridge models have been a big part of miniature golf courses for many years.  The miniature bridge models are probably as popular as the miniature dinosaurs.  So it is time for a review.